RVTS pioneered distance education and remote supervision for GP registrars more than a decade ago.
Registrars enjoy the same level of supervision and support as their big city counterparts, no matter how remote they are.
In total, 94 per cent of past registrars have gained Fellowship of RACGP or ACRRM, many achieving dual fellowship.
RVTS registrars can be found practicing in a variety of roles, including as Royal Flying Doctors, District Medical Officers, with Aboriginal Medical Services and in private practice. Around 80 per cent of registrars are international Medical Graduates.
RVTS registrars remain in the one location for the duration of their training, so the program is both community and family friendly. RVTS has benefitted more than 100 rural communities since its inception in 2000.
The program is renowned for its relaxed atmosphere, high quality training and world-class administrative support. It all adds up to a great experience for registrars.
The three to four-year program delivers structured distance education and supervision to doctors while they continue to provide general medical services to a remote and/or isolated community.